Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Maximum paranoia

"Everyone in the United States is being tracked with Satellite Microwave pulses.  This is not a joke.  Place your hand FIRMLY on the top-back part of your head, and hold it for 30 seconds.  You will begin to feel the "pops" and pulses on your knuckles.  The top of your hand will begin to "tingle."  These microwaves [sic] pulses cause brain damage to you and your family members."
image: Richard Lighthouse

        The above is taken from the website of Richard Lighthouse, who says he holds a Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University and has previously worked for NASA.

        If his master's degree were in electrical, not mechanical, engineerng, Lighthouse would know that a feature of microwave transmission is that it propagates in a very narrow beam. It's an advantage in broadacst and telephony applications, because many different signal paths can be established within a limited space without cross-interference. However, to target all 325 million people spread across four million square miles, microwaves would not be the technology of choice.

        And then, is Lighthouse really alleging Tracking, or is he really talking about Attacking? His crude diagram (reproduced above) shows no return path by which the sinister forces of evil might derive useful information about the location and status of each individual. As we know, a majority of US adults now willingly carry with them a small device that enables precision tracking automatically by cellphone service providers. There would not seem to be any need for less efficient tracking from orbit, but attacking would be another matter—we have not yet reached the point where cellphones can be made into weapons (injury from people bumping into lamp-posts because they're too focussed on that little rectangle in their hands doesn't count).

A family tree of paranoia
        Lighthouse has another diagram on that web site, and it's too complex to reproduce here, where blogspot would shrink it to the point of unreadability. The diagram depicts the CIA at the head of a hierarchy of alphabet soup agencies whose task, allegedly, is to attack citizens. The hierarchy has four branches: The first is to AFSPC (Air Force Space Command) with its directed energy weapons. The second descends via ODNI (Office of the Director of National Intelligence) to DHS (Department of Homeland Security) which, according to Lighthouse, practises something he calls "Gangstalking".note 1 The third branch goes through ODNI again to NCTC (National Counter-Terrorism Center), which identifies foreign targets, and the final branch identifies domestic targets supervised by DOJ (Department of Justice) and the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation).

        This diagram is titled Overview of the Targeted Individual Program. With all those dedicated agencies and expert people involved, it's a bit surprising that the pile of dead bodies isn't more noticeable. Perhaps, it occurs to me, Richard Lighthouse is as wrong about this as he is about microwave tracking.

Guess who believes this nonsense
        Why, Kerry Cassidy, of course. On 15th February Kerry published "A Letter to all Targeted, Tortured, Trafficked Individuals Worldwide." She included Lighthouse's hierarchy diagram (not very well attributed, I must say) and wrote:
"At the moment I am inundated by horror stories from targeted individuals.  What people don’t realize is people have been targeted by satanists and diabolical military ops for many years long before this whole “TI” movement began.  I have way too many people talking about what has been done to them.  Keep in mind that pedophile rings, human trafficking, human slavery and sacrifice has been going on for centuries.

If I interviewed every targeted, trafficked individual it would be like interviewing every cancer patient worldwide.  They attack, target, stalk, rape, damage and destroy homes, families, careers etc."
        In May 2015 Kerry reported an attack on her by what she called a "scaler" [sic] weapon. However, it didn't seem to be particularly effective because she felt sick enough to cease her internet logorrhoea for just a few days. Can't the combined forces of all those agencies do any better than that?

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[1] Three years ago, the New York Times published a long article about this branch of paranoia in its Health section. The author, Mike McPhate, wrote "The community, conservatively estimated to exceed 10,000 members, has proliferated since 9/11, cradled by the internet and fed by genuine concerns over government surveillance. A large number appear to have delusional disorder or schizophrenia, psychiatrists say." 

ref: Complaints of group-stalking (‘gang-stalking’): an exploratory study of their nature and impact on complainants. Lorraine Sheridan & David James: J. Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, Vol. 26 Issue 5, 16 June 2015. "Group-stalking appears to be delusional in basis, but complainants suffer marked psychological and practical sequelae."


THE Orbs Whiperer said...

The state of Hypnosis, can be recognized by subject noticing the following changes in the autonomic nervous system:

Eyelids may become heavy, and one might begin to blink. The mouth might become dry, and one may feel the urge to swallow. Breathing may become deep, and irregular. Hands and fingers, may begin to tingle. Not to be alarmed, it's just a natural and normal result of relaxation.

See, becoming self conscious of the normally unconscious, is what causes disruption. If you buy that these symptoms mean that you are in a state of Hypnosis, then you have indeed, become more suggestible, whether there's any such thing as a hypnotic state, or not.

While your at it, don't think of Patrick launching a model rocket from his back porch.

expat said...

A friend with expert Knowledge writes:

« I must differ with you or perhaps clarify something: microwave transmission
itself does not propagate in a very narrow beam - unless it is fed to
an antenna which is constructed so as to radiate in such a narrow beam.
In practice, nearly all microwave antennas are designed and constructed
so as to transmit the energy fed to them in a narrow and more concentrated
beam than those normally used at lower frequencies: microwaves are very
high frequencies even compared to VHF (sorry for the comparison) and have
much shorter wavelengths, meaning that resonant antenna elements are much
smaller than in the equivalent (e.g. medium-wave A.M.) antennas.
In principle, if the same antenna designs were used but scaled in proportion
to wavelength, the radiation patterns of microwaves would be identical to
those of other frequencies such as the medium wave A.M. broadcast band.

The antennas being much smaller also means that they deliver smaller
amounts of energy to the receiver - in terms of *units per square metre*
which is why in many cases in microwave installations use is made of an
*array* of antennas coupled together such as to receive the required
level of signal from a larger effective antenna area, or aperture. »

The same friend asks what kind of satellites are used for the tracking: A single geosynchronous sat, or an array similar to the GPS system 20,200km from the ground. He assumes the former, and notes:

« What we can see when we look merely at a theoretical implementation with
total disregard to practicalities and to political and privacy issues is
the following:-

(a) A required satellite transmitter power of 310 MW (yes, megawatts);
(b) Perfectly reflective (100%) human bodies directly towards the satellite;
(c) Restricted travel allowed - people must remain in satellite receiver
coverage area (or a very large number of satellites needed);
(d) No use of the subway any more (or, every few metres in any and all
tunnels must be equipped with microwave-frequency repeater RX/TX's;
(e) Only vertical copulation allowed, to prevent loss of correlation. »

Dee said...

Expat, it was a bit confusing to me but I think the Lighthouse theory speculates that the ground based antennas (omnidirectional 100W max, directional 500W?) would be transmitting these "bullets" or at least the bulk of energy. To hide from the transmission towers would be less likely and of course it doesn't have to be a requirement to receive the control messages all the time. It might work e.g. like subliminal messaging in advertisements. But this is not specified in the theory AFAIK.

The tracking would definitely need some GPS/Galileo-type of coverage and in fact to me it reads like Lighthouse is just re-interpreting how GPS reception generally works. Of course it's never hitting "one particular" spot on the head although the top of the skull would be one of the entry points for beams headed to the brain cells.

It took me a while to figure out the term "bullet" transmissions. Cell towers do generally employ some directional element to increase capacity but again, this unicast or broadcast is not aimed at any head in particular. Or even bodies. It tries to reach some mobile phone after all.

All in all this theory appears to be a complete self-serving highly speculative and very flawed rewrite of the great inventions underlying the cell network and the various logical ways of how efficient levels of messaging between devices have been realized.

It still leaves wide open the question if the increase of low-power microwave transmissions could have some negative effect on our tissue, or nature, like insect life or other things we don't know yet about our world. Sadly enough the proposed theory does not open up to more knowledge on how this influence would work. It just feeds on fear and worries, on ignorance of the basic technologies surrounding us.

To me this all reads like a variant on the infamous "666" embedded in UPC/EAN barcodes, perhaps the mother of all cheap techno-conspiracies. That claim turned out to be based on a misunderstanding how there bar codes work, their function and a particular mistake in reading the actual code tables. Luckily I had all the text books at home so I could [i]verify[/i] the precise claim, pre-Internet age, without heading to some "scary" library. But for the general audience, the proof was all there, on the package, there in those three code markers!

THE Orbs Whiperer said...

This dubious article might well be intended as bait for the likes of Patrick to attack, so as if to discredit the actual existence of similar such technological capability. Read the patent for HARRP; cuttingedge.org/news/n1345.cfm. Remember MK Ultra; cia.gov/library/readingroom/search/site/mk%20ultra">cia.gov/library/readingroom/search/site/mk%20ultra.

666 is a number placed upon the back of the hand or forehead of those whom pledge allegiance to the dictator of the revived Roman Empire, three and one half years after he signs a peace treaty for the protection of Israel, by and between himself and the head of the official World religion, after he recovers from an apparent mortal head wound. Without that number, nobody will be able to either buy or sell.

That hasn't happened yet, but in principal, just try to get a job or rent an apartment, without providing a Social Security number. You can't even get a Facebook or Twitter account, without having a cell phone number where you can receive a text message. The cell phone has become defacto ID. Cell phones cause cancer. Norwegian scientists proved that with a properly conducted study, decades ago. Many try to debunk that study, which has been deleted from the Internet. Nevertheless, new studies have confirmed the results. Seems to me as if the NSA has determined that the benefit of being able to track everyone, is worth the increase risk of cancer to the subjects.

expat said...

« Read the patent for HARRP »

You meant HAARP, right? It's an ionosphere experiment with no conceivable application for tracking individual citizens.

« You can't even get a Facebook or Twitter account, without having a cell phone number »

Definitely not true for Twitter, and I think there are alternatives for Fuckbook as well, not sure about that.

« Cell phones cause cancer »

No they don't. See this fact sheet.

Anonymous said...

Facebook does not have my mobile phone number. Also, if it did, how would that relate to placing the number 666 on my hand or forehead? That would be hard to do without everyone noticing.

THE Orbs Whiperer said...

Mobile phone use of 10 years or longer and risk of brain tumour

12 out of the 22 case control studies reported the results for risk of brain tumours with mobile phone use of more than or equal to 10 years. 5 out of these 12 studies were part of Interphone study 2011 and Interphone study 2010; therefore, data from seven studies were included in the metaanalysis and a total of 17,972 participants (7583 cases and 10,389 controls) were identified.

In Fig. 3, the study with quality sum of eight shows that there is 2.58 times increase in odds of having brain tumour with mobile phone use of more than 10 years duration. In the meta-analysis, studies with progressively lower quality score of 7 and 6 show a progressively lower risk of brain tumour with odds ratio 1.44 and 1.13, respectively.
However, the overall result of the meta-analysis shows a significant 1.33 times increase in odds of having risk of brain tumours with mobile phone use.


THE Orbs Whiperer said...

Silent subliminal presentation system

A silent communications system in which nonaural carriers, in the very low or very high audio frequency range or in the adjacent ultrasonic frequency spectrum, are amplitude or frequency modulated with the desired intelligence and propagated acoustically or vibrationally, for inducement into the brain, typically through the use of loudspeakers, earphones or piezoelectric transducers. The modulated carriers may be transmitted directly in real time or may be conveniently recorded and stored on mechanical, magnetic or optical media for delayed or repeated transmission to the listener.


THE Orbs Whiperer said...

Twitter page with one initial tweet.

Immediate response was suspension. Requirement for reinstatement, a cell phone number.

expat said...

« Requirement for reinstatement, a cell phone number. »

Not true. An e-mail address is also good.

THE Orbs Whiperer said...

The number 666 won't be imposed on anyone who refuses to take it, but if you don't take it, you won't be able to buy a loaf of bread, or sell a used car. The number might well be made conspicuous, for convenience sake, and to proclaim your worship of the Antichrist.

If you can't refuse to provide your Social Security and cell phone numbers in order to transact business today, how will you have the wherewithal to decline the mark of the Beast, after the Rapture when all of the Christians have been removed from the planet?

Patrick, I signed up for Twitter with an email, and within minutes, was suspended and held hostage for a cell phone.

THE Orbs Whiperer said...

On May 13, 1997, United States Patent Number 5,629,678 was granted for a "personal tracking and recovery system," consisting of a miniature digital transceiver – implantable in humans – with a built-in, electromechanical power supply and actuation system.
These features enable the device to remain implanted and functional for years without maintenance. This transceiver sends and receives data and can be continuously tracked by Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) technology.

On December 10, 1999, Applied Digital Solutions, Inc. (ADS) acquired the patent rights to this technology, which the company refers to as "Digital Angel™." The agreement gives ADS the right to develop this unique product for all of its applications or to sublicense the development of specific applications to other entities.


G-Zeus said...

Bibletard LOL

expat said...

« On May 13, 1997, United States Patent Number 5,629,678 was granted for ... »

So you're saying that —gasp!— Lighthouse is dead wrong. Only people with implants can be tracked. Well stap me vitals and stone the crows.....

THE said...

Don't try to frame me as acceding to your featured article. I alluded that the supposition is deliberate misdirection so that people discredit the principal of being tracked at all. For all I know, though, is by now they might be able track you from your own bio-electic transmitted DNA signature?

Asking an engineering professor about cell technology, he informed me that individuals can be tracked (obviously) with GPS in their cell phones, and triangulated by cell towers, with sufficient power which can be beamed from one or more towers, to either stun, kill, or fry, any individual or crowd of people in a general vicinity.

(I've commented without logging on, because this computer is locked not to delete history, and someone else's email shows in the log on field.)

expat said...

« ...with sufficient power which can be beamed from one or more towers, to either stun, kill, or fry, any individual or crowd of people in a general vicinity. »

I don't believe that.

purpleivan said...

« ...with sufficient power which can be beamed from one or more towers, to either stun, kill, or fry, any individual or crowd of people in a general vicinity. »

Yep, that's a pretty strong claim based on basically "I know a guy".

Citation please.

Also you seem to be saying that the tracking specifically has sufficient power to fry crowds.

If the tower is kicking out that much power when receiving (how you would determine direction as part of triangulating a position) I don't think you'd want to be near one of these things when someone's receiving a call through one, and it's actually transmitting.


THE said...

You want a citation, well so do I, but I believe this guy. As you say, it's not a good idea to risk being around cell towers. In any event, just saying.

THE said...

Ivan, let me clarify, the professor spoke to me in private. He didn't say what he was telling me was privileged, but I have no intention of saying who he is, because for one thing, I didn't ask him if he would mind my citing him in a public blog, and another, I myself am not a public figure, and have no intention of narrowing down the clues, to such an extent.

As I gather, the power output from the cell towers, is variable and controlled. The professor was speaking, I believe, in principal, knowing the potential capabilities, rather than any specific, reserved scenarios.

Anonymous said...


I'm a Stanford University Engineering School alumni ('93 MS Aeronautics and Astronautics) and, as such, have access to the alumni database. I just now checked and couldn't find a "Richard Lighthouse", or for the matter anyone with "Lighthouse" as last name, in the entire alumni database.


NASA Lowly Contractor

expat said...

Thanks. So... another impostor, eh? No great surprise.

Anonymous said...

To be fair I vaguely remember there's a way to 'opt-out' of the searchable alumni database, but then it wouldn't make any sense for someone to do this while they're also flaunting a degree to establish credibility.

NASA Lowly Contractor

THE said...

Too bad Lighthouse, doesn't claim a doctorate. Dissertation's are publicly searchable, whereas a master's thesis is not. If one intends to be an impostor, claiming a master's is the shrewd, move.

THE Orbs Whiperer said...

"Doctor," Stuart Robbins, for instance, must be crazy about 5G?


Anonymous said...

Can anyone tell me what the Ords Dribbler is on, or supposed to be on? She makes as much sense as a football bat and has the credibility of a politicians campaign promise. Were this my board, and I am well aware it is not, I would have banned her/him/it/they at about the third stupid thing she/he/it/they posted. On the other hand she/he/it/they demonstrate that yes, half the population is below average IQ.

expat said...

Well, funnily enough, I did just disallow an off-topic comment from Theadora/Orbs. I don't consider an outright ban is appropriate, however.

Anonymous said...

While I disagree, it is your board and I will respect your decision.

Two Percent said...

Can anyone tell me what the Ords Dribbler is on, or supposed to be on?

Assuming there was a typo, I've heard this ad hominem attack before. Who is "me"? At least adopt a name for yourself.

THE said...

Jennifer McGraw
March 12, 2019

RIPON (CBS13) — A fourth child has been diagnosed with cancer at a San Joaquin County elementary school, and parents believe it’s because of radiation caused by a cell phone tower.

The towers are spread throughout the community, but it’s this particular one that parents say needs to go.

“We had a doctor tell us that it’s 100 percent environmental, the kind of tumor that he has,” said Monica Ferrulli.

Her son Mason was the second child to be diagnosed with cancer in just three years at Weston Elementary. He was 10-years-old and walked by this cell phone tower daily.

“It’s indescribable, it’s really tough,” she said.

“It’s one of the hardest things that I’ve been through,” said Joe Prime.


CJ said...

Of course all are aware by now that, Richard C Hoagland's, red headed bird, Robin, recently expired due to the big C. Now that he won't be distracted by hen pecked orders for steppn' and fetch'n, maybe he'll get around to finishing, 'A Moon With A View'. Just to keep him focused, a crowdfund has been created to buy him a nice, blonde, Real Doll.

expat said...

Yes CJ, I seriously pondered posting a Falkov obituary here. However, I consider that most readers of this blog could easily guess my opinions about homeopathy as a treatment for colon cancer, and De mortuis non nisi bono dicenda est.

There hasn't been anything blogworthy so far in March. Brexit isn't a suitable topic here, and neither is the imminent nuclear war between the USA and N. Korea.

CJ said...

James Oberg is a spook who went to North Korea, but don't let him scare you with rumors of nuclear war. NK is a stalking horse for China, and the US has told China, straight up, long ago, that if NK were to make a credible attempt of using weapons of mass destruction, that Peking would become a crater full of cinders.

THE Orbs Whiperer said...

Patrick, you curmudgeonly, old troll, you bring up the topic of nuclear war, only to deny the discussion of it? You know darned well and good, that the US has used, Brilliant Pebbles, to thwart every North Korean, long range test of, US defense systems.
You've posted my comments about this, before. As Richard C Hoagland would say, "scroll down".

Trekker said...

Oh, wow! Sorry to hear she died! They were together a long time, weren't they?

expat said...

Yep, since early 1999...
Read this.

Chris Lopes said...

If I remember correctly, Hoagie later claimed the heart attack was a failed assassination attempt. Because TPTB just had to stop him from his important research. TPTB are obviously both very clever and very stupid.

Spacemonkeys in Love said...

Is she the reason that he quit writing? Too much sex is bad for the creative juices.

expat said...

Chris: Yes, absolutely. During an OSOM interview on 30th July 2016, David Wilcock commented on the fact that Stanley Kubrick died of a heart attack on the exact same day (7 March 1999) that Richard Hoagland had his own infarct.

Wilcock: "When we hear about something like people trying to ice you and actually icing Kubrick 666 days before January 1st 2001, it's not only not a coincidence, and it's not only a deliberate thing that was done. It is actually a black magic attempt to create energy through these human sacrifices."

SiL: It never inhibited my writing. My fuck-mate was my co-author through five books. RCH quit writing (other than a chapter about Pluto), and updating his horrible website, because he's FUCKING LAZY.